noun, plural sul·ci [suhl-sahy]. /ˈsʌl saɪ/.
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Origin of sulcus
OTHER WORDS FROM sulcussub·sul·cus, noun, plural sub·sul·ci.
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Example sentences from the Web for sulcus
It is then carried across the sulcus and is made to emerge through the opposite lip of the cervix.
Median line with a sulcus on each side; central area quadrate.The Diatomaceae of Philadelphia and Vicinity|Charles Sumner Boyer
The single median sulcus on the anterior face of each incisor is typical of the genus Cratogeomys.Pleistocene Pocket Gophers From San Josecito Cave, Nuevo Leon, Mexico|Robert J. Russell
It is rather robust, very much recurved and grooved by a deep vertical sulcus upon its antero-internal face.On The Affinities of Leptarctus primus of Leidy|J. L. Wortman
Sulcus longitudinalis in superiore latere perforatus serie punctorum.